New LED lights.

New LED lights.

Postby fede [OP] » July 31st 2009, 4:48am

Hey guys i just installed some LED lights in my gauge cluster. I didn't like the look of the filament bulbs, they make the gauges look cheap. So i put in some bright white 5LED bulbs. and i like how they turned out.

What do you guys think??
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby rev_les » July 31st 2009, 4:56am

I like that, Fede. Nice job! Do you still have them running onthe dimmer? :clap:
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby webcat » July 31st 2009, 5:13am

Really Really nice work!
There was another guy that did something simular to his stock AC Delco stereo , it would go really well with your dash lights! If you would like to see how he did it just click this link http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2006/0 ... o_mod.html
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby evil_motors » July 31st 2009, 6:20am

that looks great.. i wish i had that cluster so i could mod it.. but i have the digital one.
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby astro355 » July 31st 2009, 10:14am

Do you have a write up for that? How many LEDs did you use?
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby SIGHTS AND SOUNDS » July 31st 2009, 1:03pm

that looks hot...good job!!!!!!
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby mattsrevenge » July 31st 2009, 1:48pm

yeah, im in with the wire/how-howm many to question! : )

good job btw!
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby Big_kid » July 31st 2009, 2:10pm

Looks good!
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby fede [OP] » August 2nd 2009, 1:02am

Thanks everybody!
rev_les wrote:I like that, Fede. Nice job! Do you still have them running onthe dimmer? :clap:


Yup they still work with the dimmer.


webcat wrote:Really Really nice work!
There was another guy that did something simular to his stock AC Delco stereo , it would go really well with your dash lights! If you would like to see how he did it just click this link http://blog.makezine.com/archive/2006/0 ... o_mod.html


Wow that looks really good!! I love how brighter lights make everything look a lot cleaner! Thanks for the link!


astro355 wrote:Do you have a write up for that? How many LEDs did you use?


Not really but ill try and explain it. Sorry i didn't take any pictures of the install to make it easier to understand.
But its actually really easy to do. Basically all you need to do is remove the front bezel, which is only 7 screws. Apply the E-brake on and put it in the lowest gear so that you can move the trim out of the way. Next you have 4 7mm bolts holding the cluster in, as well as the gear indicator clip on the column. Now the cluster is out, there is another 7 6mm bolts holding the front clear plastic cover, and 3 more in the back holding a blue metal cover on. Take these off and you'll have access to the 4 bulbs on the top that light the entire cluster. Replace those bulbs with the LEDS http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-White-T10-194-168-SMD-5-LED-Light-HID-Wedge-Bulb_W0QQitemZ280379031635QQcmdZViewItemQQptZAU_Car_Parts_Accessories?hash=item4147e48053&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14%20(Those%20are%20the%201s%20i%20used%20but%20you%20can%20find%20them%20cheaper%20on%20ebay)
The only thing i had to modify is the metal cover. I had to cut out holes where the bulbs go because they are taller than the filament bulbs. And basically that's it. Test to see that the bulbs are working and put everything back together!!
Really easy to do and it makes it look a lot better!!

I hope this helps, im not that good at explaining things. lol
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby rev_les » August 2nd 2009, 5:51pm

Cool, they're direct plug ins, I was envisioning low voltage LEDs and a bunch of resistors, lol. That's why the question about dimming.Thanks for the link, as well :ty: !
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby webcat » August 3rd 2009, 4:24am

Bye the way :goodpost:
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby webcat » September 29th 2009, 3:26am

The bulbs seem to cost $25.64 for four bulbs , i was wondering what would happen if i measured the polarity of the connector and then put normal leds in with positive side of the led positive and neg side to neg.
Or is there any cars at pck n pull that would have these leads?
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby $uperJoe » September 29th 2009, 3:40am

webcat there is a voltage rating on leds. usually between 3 and 7 volts. if you dont have the correct resistors as well you will burn them up on the first try
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby webcat » September 29th 2009, 3:52am

They probally would'nt be bright enough , i'll forget that idea , it seems they have them leds in all colors
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby $uperJoe » September 29th 2009, 3:56am

an idea if you are willing to try it why dont you go to harbor freight and get 2 of the led flashlights for 4 bucks and take them apart. they are bright
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby webcat » September 29th 2009, 4:05am

That just gave me an idea , i have a latern i bought from wal mart that has leds , i could mayby try them.
I'll probally keep my eye out at pick n pull for them leads , if i look in the high end cars i'll probally find them .
i know the corvettes have them but theres no vettes there.
I might just buy some off ebay.
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby $uperJoe » September 29th 2009, 4:11am

what color do you want. i was assuming white. there are red ones on the third brake light on the 95 and later astros. amber in the turn signals in newer semis turn light.
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby astroturf » September 29th 2009, 4:11am

webcat wrote:They probally would'nt be bright enough , i'll forget that idea , it seems they have them leds in all colors
http://autolumination.com/194.htm


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Re: New LED lights.

Postby Mr_Bowtie » September 29th 2009, 5:01am

That looks really good and a pretty easy install too! Nice work! 8-)
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Re: New LED lights.

Postby rev_les » September 29th 2009, 5:29am

webcat there is a voltage rating on leds. usually between 3 and 7 volts. if you don't have the correct resistors as well you will burn them up on the first try

wear eye protection if you're experimenting with them. If you hit an LED with too much voltage, it'll not only burn out, but it'll blow up( the heat shatters the epoxy lens). ahem, don't ask me how i found this out, lol.
btw, if you feel like a little soldering, you could just go to radio shack and buy plain 12 volt LED's, or order them online. It would be easier than trying to figure resistance values to get the current drop.
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